New York

Chinese Vase,
Walter Lynn Mosley (2014)

oil on canvas
18in × 24in × 1in — 0lb

Walter Lynn Mosley studied privately with Bob Gerbracht in San Jose, California and with Maynard Stewart at San Jose State University in the eighties before moving to New York in 1988. He came to New York to study at the Art Students League where he studied with George Passantino and then for many years with Frank Mason. After a hiatus of eight years, he returned to the League where he is currently studying with Tom Torak. Walter is an American Artists Professional League Fellow and has also exhibited with the Allied Artists of America, the Audubon Artists and the Salmagundi Club (all in New York) as well as the Greenhouse Gallery and the American Impressionists Society. He participated in the Easton Plein Air Arts Festival (2007) and the Teaching Studios of Art Plein Air Competition. (2011, 2012). Walter was the first artist chosen to participate in the Bryant Park Painter in Residence Program and consequently the New York Times wrote an article which featured an interview with Walter. "My subject matter is the visual world all around me. The sublime as well as the mundane are both worthy subject matter - something attracts me to a scene or a person, and in an instant I realize I've found a subject that inspires me and makes me want to draw or paint it. All of the study and preparation I have done - studying anatomy, the physics of light, and the methods and work of the great masters - now take a back seat in my subsconsious as I focus on the task at hand with full concentration."

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Bidding opens at 6am
Friday October 31st, 2014

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